SC to postpone CWG to save India from shame?

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Supreme Court of India
New Delhi, Sep 24: When the world is anxiously waiting for Commonwealth Games to start, a lawyer moved Supreme Court to postpone the game to spare India from "national shame."

Advocate, Ajay K Agrawal appealed in the Supreme Court to defer the games' schedule by atleast one month with an aim to save the country "from national shame."

In his applications, Agarwal mentioned that during the delayed time, games' organisation would get scope to clear the mess, which has been exposed before the world.

He also added that during that time, government would get time to look at the flood affected people and would spend more money to flood relief.

The application also sought removal of Suresh Kalmadi from game's organisation and a CBI inquiry into the alleged irregularities.

OneIndia News

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Story first published: Friday, September 24, 2010, 7:33 [IST]
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